'''Daniel Moreau Barringer''' (July 30, 1806 – September 1, 1873) was a United States Whig Party|Whig United States House of Representatives|U.S. Congressman
from North Carolina
between 1843 and 1849.
Born near Concord, North Carolina
, in 1806, Barringer attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
. Graduating in 1826, he went on to study law in Hillsborough, North Carolina|Hillsborough
and was admitted to the bar, beginning a law practice in his hometown of Concord in 1829. That same year, Barringer was elected to the North Carolina House of Commons
; he would serve there until 1834, and also in 1840 and 1842. He was also a member of the 1835 North Carolina constitutional convention.
In 1842, he was elected as a Whig Party (United States)|Whig
to the 28th United States Congress
, and was subsequently reelected to the 29th United States Congress|29th
and 30th United States Congress|30th